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Republican Congressman [Ron Paul] Predicts Bush Impeachment
« on: March 02, 2006, 08:31:46 PM »
Says US close to dictatorship

Paul Joseph Watson/Prison | March 3 2006

Republican Congressman Ron Paul has gone on record with his prediction that
the impeachment of George W. Bush is right around the corner but warned that
in the meantime the US was slipping perilously close to a dictatorship.

Appearing on the Alex Jones Show and addressing the port sell-out, Paul
stated that, "it probably will contribute to the Republican's failure in the
next election."

Asked if the Democrats would use gains in the mid-term elections to set in
motion impeachment proceedings against George W. Bush, Paul responded,

"I predict that would happen."

"I think he (Bush) has numerous things that the Democrats if they get a
chance, not only will they be after him for that but it will be payback for
the Clinton impeachment."

Paul was inclined to believe that the port sales would go ahead anyway but
took a positive perspective in pointing out that it again highlighted George
W. Bush's complete abandonment of conservative principles.

"At least this has awakened a lot of people and I think this is going to
serve as a benefit," said Paul. "They're likely to pull this deal off but
the American people are awakening now and I think there's going to be a
payback period in the election."

The Congressman expressed his resignation at the passage of the Patriot Act
and how it again underscores Bush's unchecked powers

"They had a few token changes which mean nothing and under the present
system he (President Bush) just ignores what he doesn't like anyway."

Asked if the US was heading into a dictatorship, Paul responded,

"It's getting close to it, it's called usurpation of power and it's done in
many ways with Congress just going along because they're sound asleep and
this certainly is an attack on our Constitution and on our freedoms."